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class act


, Informal.
  1. something or someone regarded as outstanding or elegant in quality or performance.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of class act1

First recorded in 1975–80

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Example Sentences

Such a class act, and for him to stick around meant a lot for me and our relationship and just speaks volumes about who he is.

Having the precocious Anna Kendrick introduce the class-act rising star was a treat, too.

One friend remembered that Relin had been “a class act” even as a kid in summer camp.

Amid Capeci was what my father, and probably yours, would have called a class act.

He's a class act and I appreciated hearing directly from him and hearing some of his reasoning.

If you take the time to do the proper math and tip on the amount served and not the amount charged, you'll be a class act.

Let the other members of the class act as judges or volunteer on either side, as the instructor may see fit.

Members of one class act as marginal purchasers in price making in the case of one utility only.

The girls in her class act hatefully to her; they don't speak, if they can help it.

A second class act in congested conditions of the kidneys by diminishing the congestion.

Most tutelary deities of this class act as defenders of the faith and each sect has one or two as its special guardians.





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